Thursday, March 28, 2024


 It will come as no surprise to anybody that the US Government will leap in to assist those unprincipled thieves living in and around Baltimore just because some lousy ship ran into their bridge and will therefore divert maybe hundreds of millions/if not billions!!!!! to replacing that shoddy bridge and maybe even providing some kind of income for a scant handful (union members only I'm afraid) of people who lost their livelihoods when the Port was closed by force majeure.

Those rotten Tards in Washington will undoubtedly look to seize and divert that money from the righteous do-gooding enabling in Ukraine and Israel and that's just insufferable!!!

I'm sure the Department of Justice is going after the bridge builders who made that flaky shaky piece of junk flimsy ass bridge because no bridge should fall over after getting nudged by a ship of any size. I mean they'll do that just as sure as no Democrats were involved in the project.


elysianfield said...

I would suggest that one goal of architectural design is to make the most with the least. Cost savings. The bridge was elegant in that respect. Lasted 50 years.

Anonymous said...

Who paid for the bridge in the early 1970s?

Dan said...

I have no doubt that a LOT of money will be changing hands in BallMore and much of that money will have absolutely nothing to do with the cleanup and replacement of the bridge.

HMS Defiant said...

Since it is I-695 I suspect it was paid for by Congress and the sweat of the proletariat.